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Setup in minutes

Get up and running in minutes with your programming language of choice.

require 'buttercms-ruby'
ButterCMS::api_token = "api_token_BQokikJOvBiI2HlWgH4olfQ2"

# Get first 10 posts
p ButterCMS::Post.all(page: 1, page_size: 10)

# Get single post by slug
p ButterCMS::Post.find("hello-world")

# Get RSS feed xml
p ButterCMS::Feed.find(:rss)
var butter = require('buttercms')('api_token_BQokikJOvBiI2HlWgH4olfQ2');

// Get first 10 posts{page_size: 10, page: 1}).then(function(resp) {

// Get single post by slug'hello-world').then(function(resp) {

// Get RSS feed xml
butter.feed.retrieve('rss').then(function(resp) {
from butter_cms import ButterCMS
client = ButterCMS('api_token_BQokikJOvBiI2HlWgH4olfQ2')

def index(request):
 posts = client.posts.all(page=1, page_size=10)
 return render(request, 'blog/home.html', {'posts': posts})

def post(request, slug):
 post = client.posts.get(slug)
 return render(request, 'blog/post.html', {'post': post})
from butter_cms import ButterCMS
client = ButterCMS('api_token_BQokikJOvBiI2HlWgH4olfQ2')

# Get first 10 posts
print posts = client.posts.all(page=1, page_size=10)

# Get single post by slug
print post = client.posts.get('hello-world')

# Get RSS feed xml
print client.feeds.get('rss')
class Buttercms::PostsController < Buttercms::BaseController
  def index
    @posts = ButterCMS::Post.all(:page => params[:page], :page_size => 10)

  def show
    @post = ButterCMS::Post.find(params[:slug])
use ButterCMS\ButterCMS;
$butter = new ButterCMS('api_token_BQokikJOvBiI2HlWgH4olfQ2');

# Get first page of posts
$butter->fetchPosts(['page' => 1]);

# Get single post by slug

# Get RSS feed xml
$feed = $butter->fetchFeed('rss');
using ButterCMS;

var client = new ButterCMSClient("api_token_BQokikJOvBiI2HlWgH4olfQ2");

# Get first 10 posts
PostsResponse posts = client.ListPosts(page:1, pageSize: 10);

# Get single post by slug
PostResponse post = client.RetrievePost("hello-world");

# Get RSS feed xml
XmlDocument rssFeed = butterClient.GetRSSFeed();
package main

import (

func main() {

    // Get first page of posts

    // Get single post by slug

    // Get RSS feed xml

Just wanted to let you know that Butter is awesome. 5 minutes to set it up and write a sample blog post. No messing around with WP templates or PHP. Exactly what I was looking for!

Jeff Judge, Founder of Bright

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Your blog lives on your main domain and authors can control meta tags, slugs, and html titles.

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Traditional CMS's are tangled webs of templates and database calls. With Butter your content is accessible via an API so you can bring your content anywhere and display it as you like.

Cleanly decoupled

Traditional CMS's are tightly coupled to your codebase and create unwanted interdependencies. Butter is cleanly separated through its API so you can focus only on content.

Technology agnostic

Traditional CMS's lock you into using a specific technology and are difficult to migrate off of. Butter integrates into any codebase so you are always free to choose your tech stack.


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